Oldest Living Chicken

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Matilda (chicken) - Celebrity Status - World's Oldest Living Chicken
... Considering that the average lifespan of a chicken is generally no more than seven to eight years, Keith and Donna contacted Guinness World Records on July 30, 2001 ... Guinness World Records proclaimed fourteen-year-old Matilda to be World's Oldest Living Chicken ... Matilda's title of World's Oldest Living Chicken is recorded in the data banks at Guinness World Records, but has not been included in their books ...

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